Posts Tagged ‘jailbreak apps’

Back in the early days of jailbreaking, there was a young Cydia competitor going by the name of Icy. Working in a similar way to Cydia, Icy was always the faster, smoother and generally shinier app aggregator and download service. Unfortunately development on the app was ceased but now it’s on its way back, and you can download a beta version right now.

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Since I’m a frequent Google Maps and Foursquare user, I keep my GPS set to on at all the times. We all know how sucky that can be towards the battery but I’d get really sick of turning GPS on and off manually each time I had to use either of the apps.

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We have already reported about how the iPhone or iPad running on iOS 4.x has been secretly tracking all your moves. Security researchers have revealed that iPhone tracks user’s location and stores it in a secret hidden file which is replicated to the computer once it’s synchronized with the device.

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Back when iOS 4.3 was in its beta days, all the fuss was about its fancy new multitouch gestures for switching between apps as well as returning to the home screen on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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Well that took longer than any of us really expected. Mark today in your calendars folks, for this is the day iOS saw its first key logger to be released onto Cydia.

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We’ve told you about our disdain for the way iOS currently handles notifications over and over, and now there’s a new alternative on the block – iconNotifier.

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If you’re a jailbreaker the chances are you hack your iDevice to gain more control over the look and feel of iOS. Even changing the way things work perhaps. If that’s you, you’re going to love Springtomize.

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If you’re an iPhone owner and always wanted to dabble in the dark arts of Android and Windows Phone 7, you could be in luck. OSFaker now lets you simulate both operating systems right on your iPhone with WP7 being a recent addition, assuming you’re jailbroken of course.

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The new and updated Twitter for iOS v3.3 brings a lot of welcoming changes over the previous version. But, what we don’t like about the update is the trending topics bar which is officially known as the Quick Bar. I personally found it annoying as hell and there was no way to get rid of it, until today.

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The jailbreak community is brilliant at coming up with apps that would never see the light of day if they had to go through Apple’s App Store, and one such app is YoutubeToMP3.

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With iOS 5.0 expected to be previewed at Wednesday’s Apple event in San Francisco, iOS users the world over will be hoping that the much-maligned notification system will get a long overdue overhaul. With the current modal system being what many would consider the operating system’s main weak-point, fans and pundits alike can agree something needs to change. If Apple is looking at altering its notification system it need look no further than Peter Hajas’ MobileNotifier, now in its 3rd beta.

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One of the features missing from the official Facebook for iPhone app is the ability to save to your Facebook photos to iPhone’s camera roll. But fortunately, there is now a new iPhone tweak available on Cydia which enables you to save any photo from the Facebook app right into camera roll.

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